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Causes of Blood in Dog Urine

It’s any pet owner’s worst nightmare, seeing blood in their pooch’s urine. This condition is called hematuria. Familial hematuria—a condition in which bloody urine runs in certain animal families—is common in younger dogs. In older dogs, bloody urine may indicate cancer. Female dogs afflicted with urinary tract infection could also lead to blood in urine. Female dogs with urinary tract …

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How to Get Rid of Cat Urine Smell in the House or Yard

Having pets like cats and dogs are great! They’re fun and the ultimate stress reliever. However since they are living beings, it is normal for them to defecate and pee. It doesn’t matter if your pets are trained, the smell of animal urine can be really pungent at times. One of the worse smelling animal urine there is belongs to …

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Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears

Cleaning your dog’s ears is an essential part of your dog’s grooming. Although dogs, by nature, can get rid of whatever is bothering their ears, it’s not the same as actually cleaning it. That is why as a pet owner, it is your responsibility to check your dog’s ears and make sure that they are clean all the time. To …

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The Mysterious Allure of Black Cats

Black cats have long been associated with the occult. Most people regard black cats as bad luck then and now. Black cats are so ostracized by superstitious people that those up for adoption are less likely to find their forever home.  The fact is, black cats aren’t always feared or even considered as bad luck at all. In ancient Egypt, …

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Dog Skin Rashes: Causes and Cures

When it comes to rashes, we humans are always eager to find ways to cure it. Whether the cure comes from prescribed medication or herbal concoction, we will do what it takes to find the best cure. Just like humans, dogs get rashes too. The only difference is that they can’t just walk into a drug store and buy prescribed …

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Why is my Dog Scared of Going Outside?

We all know that dogs are fairly active. They love to run around, explore, dig and whatnots. An active dog is a healthy dog I always say but if they suddenly become scared of going outside the house, it could mean a lot of reasons. Since dogs cannot speak for themselves, it is important that as a dog owner that …

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